for the daytime hours tomorrow including the district, fairfax, montgomery, prince george's county. we could have wind gusts around 45 m.p.h. the storm bring all the snow to new england, moving offshore. a tight pressure gradient. wind out of the northwest, and it will start to subside. not going to happen until looks like monday. a scattered clouds, cold, windy, temperatures in the teens, around 23 degrees downtown. by the afternoon tomorrow, the high just around freezing, the wind out of the northwest at 20- 30. with the higher wind gust, definitely a possibility that the wind chill factor will stay in the teens. a slight warm up on the way, but we have to wait until monday, temperatures in the middle thursday's -- middle 30's. the same thing on tuesday.